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What you should know about BPM

Any industry must realize that the end to end processes deliver value to its customers, the work end-to-end is critical because it involves all the business manages to cross functional boundaries, such efforts are needed to deliver full value customer oriented.

What is BPM? 

“Business Process Management” BPM is a disciplined approach to identify, design, implement, document, measure, monitor and control automated business processes not automated, using this set of actions approach aims to achieve consistent results that are aligned with the strategic objectives of the organization. 

BPM focuses on end to end processes, customer value, and the nature of multi-functional work, focusing on business results, creating value, and taking the organization to fulfill its business objectives with greater agility. That is BPM provides three key benefits to a company: Efficiency, effectiveness and agility

Key Notions

A number of basic and fundamental concepts that define BPM, they describe its scope and application in an organization:

BPM Life Cycle 

During the life cycle of BPM, the transverse processes needed to invoke and integrate pr · good industry practices, models and standards (BABOK, COBIT, PMBOK, CMMI, ITIL, to name a few). Informationn technologies provide the means to automate the proposed solutions in effective and usable systems. 

Implement BPM 

Implement BPM is a major initiative involving commitment, resources and expertise of management, as well as roles and multidisciplinary teams. Act equally on the two fronts of the BPM initiative process improvement and cultural change involved. It also means having clear business objectives, in order to establish KPIs that help monitor the performance of these objectives, which will be designed for efficient processes in the productive life cycle of the organization. 

Proper implementation of the BPM methodology permits: 

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